Project Features

October 9, 2017

Home on the Ranch

A refuge from the bustle.

A calming oasis.

Home, in the heart of nature.

At Sebastian, we’ve constructed castles in neighborhood enclaves and finished high-rise apartments atop city centers, but ranch homes continue to hold a special place in our hearts.

These quiet retreats, set amidst stunning vistas exude a sense of calm and tranquility. Natural materials harmonize with the environment.

Let’s take a closer look at three – different and beautiful – ranch projects built by Sebastian.

Aledo Ranch

Architecture by Turner-Boaz-Stocker, Architects (Dallas.)

This project featured a new residence, game pavilion and site development.

Aledo boasts stone walls and flooring, antique timber trusses, geo-thermal HVAC system, a standing seam copper roof, Texas limestone veneer, plus Hope Steel windows and doors.

Utopia Ranch

Utopia Texas Ranch built by Sebastian Construction Group

Brazos Ranch

Brazos Ranch, by architect Ford, Powell & Carson of San Antonio, uses glass connecting galleries to tie together the various buildings of the hilltop ranch compound and to showcase the Brazos River valley views.

One of our premier San Antonio homes, Brazos Ranch bears the hallmarks of Ford Powell & Carson’s signature style: living in harmony with nature.

This spacious ranch house was carefully sited among century old live oak trees and overlooks the vast Brazos River Valley. The landscape architect is Thomas Bradley & Associates of San Antonio.

The exterior design, modeled to resemble a South American Hacienda, includes regional materials such as clay tile roofing, stucco and locally quarried stone, as well as custom fabricated wood windows.